The Heart of Detroit is a groundbreaking public service initiative. Airing weekly during Local 4 News (Detroit) at 5 p.m. and then on MitchAlbom.com and on our YouTube channel. The Heart of Detroit will share inspiring stories of metro Detroiters with heart and everyday people who step up to help make our community a better place to live. Viewers will follow Mitch through documentary-style videos as he profiles unsung local heroes who spend countless hours sacrificing to make others less hungry, less troubled, less impoverished or just a little happier. Subjects are interviewed live on Live in the D on Friday mornings and episodes are rerun during Flashpoint on Sunday mornings.
NOMINATE A HERO
The show producers are looking for inspirational stories of individuals, families, businesses and organizations in our area that are doing great work in their community, overcoming odds, or simply living lives that inspire others.
Send your story or the story of a hero to firstname.lastname@example.org or click below to use our simple nomination form.
The only operating street outreach team in Metro Detroit that operates seven days a week.
Today we’re catching up with Robby Eimers, the founder of the Eimers Foundation. We first met Robby when he was just 12 years old and he was spending his Saturdays distributing food and clothing to the homeless.
Catching up with Cindy Eggleton, the founder of Brilliant Detroit. We first sat down with Cindy in 2018, to hear how Brilliant Detroit was creating kid success neighborhoods all across our city.
Checking in with Damien Crutcher of Crescendo Detroit, first featured in 2015, and the impact that music was having on kids in his organization.
Checking in with OpenSpot Theatre, first featured in season 4 as 4th Wall, who is making acting accessible for all.
Mitch Albom checks in with Deb Foster four years after being featured in 2016.
It covers our buildings and streets all across metro Detroit but two entrepreneurs have discovered a way to use its beauty and help women at the same time.
Checking in with the equine therapy organization for children and adults with special needs
It started with a maroon beanie but has blossomed into a project for good, Josh York is sewing that giving spirit, right here in the heart of Detroit.
Zaman means “time” and Najah Bazzy is spending her time in the stewardship of others in the Heart of Detroit